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Guidelines for Islamic Modes of Finance, SBP

Xiii the promissory note or bill of exchange or any

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Unformatted text preview: xiii) The promissory note or bill of exchange or any evidence of indebtedness cannot be assigned or transferred on a price different from its face value. 2. Musawamah Musawamah is a general kind of sale in which price of the commodity to be traded is stipulated between seller and the buyer without any reference to the price paid or cost incurred by the former. Thus it is different from Murabaha in respect of pricing formula. Unlike Murabaha, seller in Musawamah is not obliged to reveal his cost. All other conditions relevant to Murabaha are valid for Musawamah as well. Musawamah can be an ideal mode where the seller is not in a position to ascertain precisely the costs of commodities that he is offering to sell. 3. Ijarah (Leasing) file:///C|/Documents and Settings/Administrator/Des...s by SBP/Essentials of Islamic modes of finance.htm (2 of 6) [2/23/2008 11:33:38 PM] State Bank of Pakistan - The Central Bank i) In Ijara/leasing, the corpus of leased commodity remains in the ownership of the lessor and only its usufruct is transferred to the lessee. Any thing which cannot be used without consuming the same cannot be leased out like money, edibles, fuel, etc. Only such assets which are owned by the lessor can be leased out except that a sub-lease is effected by the lessee with the express permission of the lessor. ii) Until such time that assets to be leased are delivered to the lessee, lease rentals do not become due and payable. iii) During the entire term of the lease, the lessor must retain title to the assets, and bear all risks and rewards pertaining to ownership. However, if any damage or loss is caused to the leased assets due to the fault or negligence of the lessee, the consequences thereof shall be borne by the lessee. The consequences arising from non-customary use of the asset without mutual agreement will also be borne by the lessee. The lessee is also responsible for all risks and consequences in relation to third party liability, arising from or incidental to operation or use of the leased assets. iv) The insurance of the leased asset should be in the name of lessor and the cost of such insurance borne by him. (It is hoped that arrangement shall soon be made for Islamic Takaful to replace the existing insurance system).. v) A lease can be terminated before expiry of the term of the lease but only with the mutual consent of the parties. vi) Either party can make a unilateral promise to buy/sell the assets upon expiry of the term of lease, or earlier at a price and at such terms and conditions as are agreed, provided that the lease agreement shall not be conditional upon such sale. Alternatively, the lessor may make a promise to gift the asset to the lessee upon termination of the lease, provided the lessee has fulfilled all his obligations. However, there shall not be any stipulation in the lease agreement purporting to transfer of ownership of the leased assets at a future date....
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